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You can live without this. Usually these messages are from the software manufatcurer wanting you to upgrade for real-time scanning. I get it all the time from Malwarebytes.

Better Computers... | Answered on Nov 09, 2020


Depends on what you need, gaming at the bleeding edge is Nvidia all the way. Back off a little and you'll get good enough from AMD and save money.
Cryptocurrency mining again Nvidia with AMD as a very decent second.
Intel is okay for general desktop and light gaming.

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Better Computers... | Answered on Oct 08, 2020


I often find that when parents ask me that, they actually want to know how to help their children get better grades. There is some relation between good grades and understanding the topic, but the second does not necessarily lead to the first. Especially if you are in a school district that employs... unique testing policies. Anyway, let's address both issues.

Helping your son get better grades is a matter of helping them score better at tests. That means doing a lot of exercises in a style similar to that of the test and having at least a basic understanding of the concepts that are behind each question. Your son may also need help building confidence and dealing with pressure, since fear is a big reason why students draw a blank on test day.

If you want your son to actually be good at math, however, then you need to take a more dynamic approach. Personalized learning solutions like what Teach to One provides can have a big impact on your son's learning. In short, you'll want to work with professionals who can actually teach your son at an individual level, rather than teach forty kids at once and give the same test to all of them.

Better Computers... | Answered on Jul 24, 2020


To be better at League of legends, it's always a good idea for you to test different junglers against bots if you are just starting out. Personal tastes and affinities play a role in how well people play with a champion.

That said, there are some junglers who make the role easier on beginners by making early-game farming easy and offering solid ganking options. Four that come to mind are Amumu, Jax, Rammus, and Warwick.

Amumu and Jax, in particular, have a very easy time clearing camps, and they come packed with solid, low-skill ranking options that make them a threat in all stages of the game. They are definitely options a beginner should consider. These champions are also strong enough that you can carry them into competitive play as you get better. And if you are very serious about mastering this game, consider hiring an LoL coach from a site like https://boosteria.org.

Better Computers... | Answered on Mar 25, 2020


pay your bills on time. open a fixed deposit.

Better Computers... | Answered on Jan 07, 2020


If you have the time, check out "TWIT" and other apps available via ROKU. Lots of good info and opinion there. There s also a weekly podcast on law via TWIT

Better Computers... | Answered on Jul 15, 2019


Weebly's powerful drag and drop website builder and guided set up get you to the finish line faster, no coding needed. Weebly is the easiest way to create website store or blog

Better Computers... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019


Wrong platform, but you could check out Elic University scholarships or Unicaf University for partially funded programs

Better Computers... | Answered on Oct 08, 2018


First, I'm not a You Tube representative.
* Contact You tube support; https://support.google.com/youtube/?hl=en#topic=7505892

*** following is for information only.***
* Current status of you tube; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube
* normally you tube auto updates (win 10)
* How to disable updates in win 10; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-bmRe0VEeQ
* Most updates require the latest browser version to play the current you tube update.
* Updates are also affected by the version of computer (or phone) your using.
* Current You Tube issues are more about content and deletion of controversial videos.
* There is another "undisclosed" issue of limited or secret restrictions either placed on content or specific individuals.
* This has been referred to unofficially as "Shadow Banning" or "Shadow censorship"
* You tube has been very vague on what computer algorithms are used (the rules computers use to look for content or key words.)
* Since these rules are written by "Humans" you do not know what personal bias the rule maker brings with them and imposes "their" brand of rules on the rest of the you tube community.
* It appears that the "owner" ; Alphabet Inc. does not or at least is reluctant (slow to respond) to certain issues of these rules. Depending on customer's or advertiser's response to a particular situation.
* Some results of these "rules" leaves the users wondering if the public is being lead or miss lead in a particular direction. It's not clear as they (You Tube) does not disclose the complete set of rules and what key words, content, or issues they are looking at. (it changes daily.)
* Final say is only from You Tube as they control everything on their servers. But as history has show when companies prevent users from accessing content then the people look for other venues.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Better Computers... | Answered on Jul 29, 2018


well tina your choice to go to the bbb but your on the wrong site need to go to the correct company or site

Better Computers... | Answered on Jun 08, 2018

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